LONGINES CHRONOSCOPE WITH SIR OLIVER FRANKS
National Archives and Records Administration - ARC Identifier 95729 / Local Identifier LW-LW-50 - LONGINES CHRONOSCOPE WITH SIR OLIVER FRANKS - TELEVISION INTERVIEW: Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie talk with Sir Oliver, British Ambassador to the United States, on mutual problems facing the English-speaking nations in the world, level of world leadership, strength and vitality of the free world needed to maintain power and resist aggression, spiritual strength, opportunities for youth, and socialistic trends in education within Britain, DVD copied by IASL Master Scanner Katie Filbert. -
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May 1, 2016
An upbeat interview
An upbeat interview by "Chronoscope" standards, the episode is also distinguished by the mannered speaking manner of the interviewee. The interview style seems to change from episode to episode. In this episode, they use what I call the "non-combative" interview approach, simply asking questions and not arguing. Some episodes are far more aggressive by comparison.
I might be mistaken on this, but to me the interviews seem to run a little longer than they did in 1951. I might be mistaken, but I think the end commercial is slightly shortened compared to the 1951 episodes.